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Potential Energy vs. Kinetic Energy

By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

· This resistanceless flow of current that creates a B field is also seen in the supercooled, superconducting magnets of the MRI units.  

· This phenomenon of resistanceless current flow is attributed to a resonant pairing between electrons in the superconducting coils.  

· It is this B field that is the location of the stored momentum of the orbiting electron.  

· Likewise, the field is a potential force against which other particles may act.  

· Thus, kinetic energy is stored in the magnetic field of a particle.

· The Kinetic energy given to the universe during its repulsive Big Bang expansion phase, plus the total amount of repulsive and attractive force present between all the particles of the universe is the total energy present in the universe.  

· All movement and collision is simply an exchange of energy to different places, and to different forms.  

· W= F∆x

· To create movement, the force of action must be greater than the force of the resistance.

· The electron creates an Electric field that exerts a force on the external world.  

· If movement is done against that force, or if that force acts on a mass and accelerates it, then work has been done.  Potential energy has been converted into kinetic energy.  

· Atomic orbitals can bond with other atoms and do work.  Usually a repulsive barrier must be overcome by a collision, and then an orbital that is weakly bound to an atom will find itself able to dwell in a shared orbital with two atoms.  Such a covalent bonding moves two atoms closer together, and work is done in the process.

· Likewise, kinetic collisions between atoms result in the rebound of colliding fields.  The force applied by an incoming atom may repel an atom struck by its incoming momentum.  The repulsive forces of the outer electrons, and the EM field transferring energy to the second atom is an example of an atom doing work by kinetic collision.